News from French
On the last day of the Spring term, 8SL learnt about ‘Poisson d’avril’ in their French lesson. This is the French equivalent of April Fool’s Day. In France the ‘trick’ is to stick a paper fish on someone’s back without them knowing. Over the years, the ‘fish’ theme has extended to being able to buy fish shaped breads or chocolates for example around this time. As the 1st of April was the start of the Easter holidays, the homework was to trick a member of the family and upload a photo. There seemed to be a larger number of tricked Dads on the whole who were walking around all day with a paper fish stuck to their back! Special mention must go to Lyra, for making fish shaped biscuits and Maisie, for making a chocolate cake with a fish motif. Bravo!
Well done to everyone and remember to keep the tradition going next year!